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Charismatic Conor may just be a teenager, but he is already a professional in his chosen field known as "KidFury," a professional video game player who takes the industry by storm. Things change, though, when a thumb injury brings his gaming career to a screeching halt, a setback that forces him out of the gaming circuit and into a public high school for the first time. While there, he meets three fellow gamers -- Franklin, Wendell and Ashley -- who team up with Conor to form the school's first-ever gaming league. Working together, the foursome learns that making lasting friendships in the real world is more meaningful than getting high scores in the digital realm.

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The gamers have a difficult time working with Principal Janice after she helps them get into a highly anticipated action film based on their favorite video game.
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The gang causes trouble for Janice so they must volunteer for the Big Buddy program, where they get assigned little buddies for the week.
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When Conor learns that the Olympic torch will pass through Redwood, he competes for the torchbearer title.
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Rival towns, Battle and Stump, engage in a battle to determine a winner.
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Conor and the gang learn where Thumbs of Fury ranks in the International Gaming League, presented by gaming celebrity Faruq Tauheed.
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Thumbs of Fury gets lost on their way to a tournament and they end up in Mexico but get in trouble with the law.
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Conor and the gang participate in the latest craze: the Escape Room; they enter a strange room thinking it's part of the game and rob the safe, then find out they've stolen money from gangsters!
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The gang does well with Rock Hero 5 and Mr. Spanks suggests they compete on a TV show.
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Franklin's ego drives him to lose a deluxe go-kart on loan from Funtendo.
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During a team-building retreat in the woods, the boys find themselves trapped without food or technology.
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Conor and the gang take a product endorsement deal to try to dethrone their arch rival Lika from being the face of the gaming world.
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When Wendell saves him from a life-threatening accident, Conor allows him to move in when the Ruckus house is infested with termites.
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The gamers sneak off to use an asteroid-blasting simulator during a school field trip at a space lab.
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Conor goes undercover into the bizarre subculture of table-top, fantasy card games.
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Conor feels indebted to Wendell after he saves him.
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A goat that Conor is watching escapes with a belly full of explosives.
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Conor must overcome his demons.
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Conor fails his driving test.
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Conor and the gang obtain a rare copy of one of the scariest zombie video games ever made.
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Conor and Ashley pull an amazing prank on Franklin while trying to win a contest.
aired 535 days ago
The gang signs with a big video game company.

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